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Re: Low cholesterol and insomnia

Hi Shelly,

Definitely human health is like a big puzzle; everyday you put a different piece. Lately I have been reading a lot about cancer, and how it originates as so on, and coincidentally I found Dr. Kelly's metabolic Medicine's Cancer Cure book, in which he states that pretty much all cancers are related to enzymes deficiency and in particular pancreatic enzymes deficiency, toxicity. He also says that there has to be some other factors like, the presence of an ectopic germ cell and the stimulating presence of the female sex hormones (progesterone) and you mention that hormone in your thread (low cholesterol then you'll also be low in progesterone) and also that (Sometimes when the body is very low in something it's because it's a defense mechanism), therefore I have had the perfect scenario for a cancer development as I have had very high levels of mercury and other heavy metals which their principal damage is to inhibit the production of enzymes, etc...
So I don't know and I hope is not that although pretty much every body produces cancer all the time and pancreatic enzymes function other that digest protein is to digest cancer cells.
I don't know if you have read his book it is on line,

I would like to know your thoughts about it,




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